Though 3D printing technology is still relatively new, it may become an important tool for architects and the construction industry, as highlighted by projects like the recent 3D-printing of 10 homes in a day . The latest example of this progress comes via US-based Andrey Rudenko, who has created a small concrete “castle” structure in his backyard using a large 3D printer he built himself. Next up, he’s making a house
It’s well known that drones and 3D printing definitely make a good pair.
After some effort we’ve decided to replace our popular 3D Resources page with a much more sophisticated service: the Fabbaloo Buying Guide. The buying guide makes your life a lot easier when searching for 3D printing-related products or services. We’ve observed that people new to 3D printing often have a challenge when searching for equipment, mainly because it’s a new domain of knowledge they’re not yet familiar with.
One of our favorite designers, Anouk Wipprecht is starting this cool new collaborative project that we at Materialise are really thrilled to tell you about. We already absolutely love her “Smoke Dress” and Cirque du Soleil pieces that she’s printed with Materialise, and are excited to see the final result of her next project: a dress t hat will be made by parts designed by YOU.
3D printing is an exciting world for sure. Every week, innovations are devised, 3D designers get creative: there’s always something to discover when it comes to additive manufacturing. Here is some cool and interesting news of the week.